If you ever buy tickets to sports games, concerts or other events, I am about to do you a big favor. Don’t pay full price by buying your tickets off the venue’s website. Use ScoreBig.com, where you’ll save up to 60% off tickets!
Here’s how it works: search for the event you want to go to and then select the seating level you want. You can either pay a fixed price or make an offer, possibly saving even more!
We haven’t used ScoreBig in a while, and the last time we did, I don’t think that the option to make an offer was available. I’m so excited about this new feature. I have saved BIG (think over $100) on a hotel room on other website by using this feature, so I’m excited to try it on ScoreBig! I also reall like that you don’t have to pay any fee’s! So you really save big at ScoreBig.com!
While we haven’t bought event tickets off this website yet, we have purchased tickets to baseball games. I’m all about saving when we go to the ballpark, especially since we’re always on vacation when we go! However, I WILL be buying tickets to Disney on Ice: Frozen off ScoreBig. If your kiddo is a Frozen fan, you’ll definitely want to catch this show if it’s in your area, and why not save on tickets rather than paying full price??
And, you can use ScoreBig for more than just event tickets. You can also use it to get discounted tickets to places like LEGOLAND! We’ve been wanting to take our kiddo there, so I’m really excited about getting cheaper tickets!
Tickets not available yet for the event you want to attend? Don’t worry – you can sign up for alerts so the site will let you know when tickets become available! And, make sure you sign up for ScoreBig’s savings alert – you’ll get $10 off your first purchase when you do, which means even bigger savings!
Have you ever used ScoreBig? Do you think you’ll give it a try?
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